The UK's craziest elections could be binned

26 June 2017

Lord Grocott is going to have another go at ending the weird ritual of electing hereditary peers

Scots and Welsh want cash too as Arlene Foster signs deal with PM

26 June 2017

The ink was barely dry on the deal to keep Theresa May in power before devolved administrations started asking for more money

John McDonnell's 'murder' accusation is rejected by his own shadow cabinet colleague

26 June 2017

Signs that Labour infighting is starting up again as John Healey distances himself from shadow chancellor's strong language

Tories at war as George Osborne makes more trouble for Theresa May

23 June 2017

Relations between the former chancellor and the PM turned even more sour after bombshell claim in his Evening Standard

Glastonbury festival swept by a wave of Jeremy Corbyn mania

23 June 2017

Never mind Johnny Depp, anticipation is building ahead of the Labour leader's appearance on the main stage on Saturday

Alastair Campbell interview: My tribalism is being fairly severely challenged

31 March 2017

Tony Blair’s former communications supremo is as combative as ever as he battles to stop Brexit. And yet he is not ruling out being Theresa May’s first mental health tsar.

How the Hampstead Socialist lost out to the Islington Socialist

13 February 2017

Hampstead used to be home of the Labour intelligentsia, but Islington appears to have wrested the title from its north London neighbour.

Dan Jarvis interview: There’s nothing progressive about ignoring the concerns of voters

22 January 2017

After the intense media storm over his leadership challenge that never was, Dan Jarvis has kept a low profile in Westminster. But the former paratrooper is returning to the frontline of politics as he takes on the government over child poverty targets